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Tears for Istanbul

In 1998 my then-girlfriend and I spent two weeks in Istanbul as guests of one of its biggest daily newspapers. When I returned to New York, I began writing a memoir of our time there. I never finished...


The charcoal smelling narrow streets of Fatih* know me. The dignified avenues that have not lost their identity know.

Writing is an Act of Purpose

Sheikh Ghalib, a Turkish poet who was one of the great representatives of the diwan literature, completed his Diwan in 1780, when he was just 24 years old. The owner of the famous saying, “His can’t...

How I Work:
Kristina Killgrove

Kristina Killgrove is a biological anthropologist and an assistant professor in the Department of Anthropology at the University of West Florida, applies her understanding of the human skeleton to answer questions about diet, disease, and interaction...

How I Work:
Julia Kitlinski-Hong

Julia Kitlinski-Hong is the founder of the travel and culture website Small World This Is and knows Turkey pretty well. This is how she works!

How I Work:
Wenting Zhang

Wenting Zhang is a talented UX designer and front-end developer currently working at Viacom. She has been nominated for the net Awards under two categories: Emerging Talent of the Year and Side Project of the Year....

How I Work:
Eva Ferreira

Eva is a Web Design professor and a successful freelance Web Developer from Buenos Aires. Here is how she works…

How I Work:
Sara Soueidan

Sara is a Lebanese freelance front-end web developer, writer and speaker, focusing on HTML5, SVG, CSS and JavaScript. She is mostly known on the web for her outstanding articles on SVG and cutting-edge CSS features. Sara...